The singer wowed thousands of pop lovers at a sold-out SECC, when her first headline solo tour, A Million Lights, came to the city.
As well as performing a host of hits, including Call My Name, Promise This and Fight For This Love, the 29-year-old threw herself into energetic dance routines under a spectacular light show.
The Geordie lass, who was a guest judge on The X Factor recently, paid homage to her band, Girls Aloud, by singing three of their tracks, The Promise, Biology and Love Machine.
Since Cheryl first came to prominence with Girls Aloud 10 years ago, she has sold more than 10million records.
Her debut solo single, Fight For This Love, went to No.1 in 10 countries and two of her solo albums, 3 Words and Messy Little Raindrops, have also claimed the No.1 spot.
A Million Lights, which was released earlier this year, debuted at No.2.
Cheryl's Glasgow performance came just days after Girls Aloud announced plans to reunite.
They launched a countdown clock on their website and it is expected that they will perform together on this weekend's episode of BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing.
There have also been reports of a comeback single, due out next month, which will raise money for the charity Children in Need.
Last night's SECC gig was part of Cheryl's first solo arena tour, which started last month, and saw her play in Birmingham, Belfast and London.